《 ومن أعظم الكذب: ما يفعله بعض الناس اليوم، يأتي بالمَقَالة كذباً يعلم أنها كذب، لكن من أجل أن يضحك الناس، وقد جاء في الحديث الوعيد على هذا، قال الرسول عليه الصلاة والسلام: ((ويلٌ للذي يحدِّثُ فيكذب ليضحك به القوم، ويلٌ لهُ، ويلٌ له)) . وهذا وعيدٌ على أمرٍ سهُل عند كثير من الناس 》. ــــــــــــــ 【 شرح رياض الصالحين (297/1) 】
In last nights post of the fliegerfaust, I detailed how the Germans tried to create a shoulder fired anti-aircraft weapon during World War II. The Henschel HS 297 was a mounted weapon of similar concept made to be mounted on a turret or vehicle. The weapon consisted of a battery of thirty five 7.29 cm rockets, which could be launched all at once, in groups, or individually. The theory was that it would be effective against low flying aircraft, and that by firing multiple rockets in a “shotgun” like effect, they might just hit something. The Hs 297 was designed to be cheap and easy to produce. However, only 50 were manufactured during the remaining months of the war. The weapon was only used once, against Allied fighter-bombers near Remagen. Like the fliegerfaust, the Hs297 was ineffective against aircraft, it being extremely difficult to shoot down an airplane flying at high speeds with unguided rockets.
297.) I accidentally send a picture of myself with a double chin and gold stars on my face to Ghost over snapchat… My friends account was right below his! And the sad part is that he actually opened it 😩
“You guys go on ahead,” you were still panting after coming into the facility from your second run of the day, “I’m going to go upstairs and workout.” You walked past the group of Avengers who were dressed for a night out. The only one missing was Thor; he went to visit Jane. “Come on, Y/N! Take the night off, I insist.” Tony reached out to take your arm, but you pulled away. “No. It’s really okay. I need to stay focused on stuff here. I’ll see you guys tomorrow.” You gave a sincere look and left them, heading to the weight room where you spent most of your free time.
“I do not understand,” Pietro mumbled, “Why does she not have any fun?” “She takes her job seriously,” Natasha replied, “I respect that.” “Well let me tell you something,” Tony kept his eyes on you as you walked on the other side of the open lobby, “She wasn’t always like that. When I took her in all those years ago, she was always laughing and enjoying herself. She had some way to keep up her humor even when she started getting into her job here. I don’t know why, but only two or three years ago was when she got so serious. I’ve never seen such a change in someone.” No one spoke for a few moments and then they filed out to the cars for their evening. Pietro didn’t say anything else about it that night, but in his mind, he was trying to strategize his new mission to get you to smile and to even laugh again.